Python Cookbook: last call for recipes for printed version

Robert bobh at
Fri Oct 12 13:16:11 CEST 2001

Alex Martelli <aleax at> wrote in message news:<9q52b1$3q5$1 at lancelot.camelot>...
> Hi there, Python chefs and gourmets,
> while the Python Cookbook (
> will stay open for good, soon we'll have to "freeze" the set of recipes to
> be considered for the book version to be published by O'Reilly & Associates.
> Therefore, please move FAST to post any further recipes (or, your very
> first recipe -- why not?), edit any recipes you have already posted
> (*particularly* to beef up the discussion parts... most recipes are great,
> but their discussions, too lean!-), post comments, replies to comments,
> ratings, whatever.  By around Oct 15, either your mouthwatering Python
> snippets are on the site, or they just won't be considered for the printed
> version.  So, please _DO_ hurry up!
> Thanks,
> Alex

I don't think this was said at all. Not even in the original Figgins
call to contribute.


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